ⓘ Puliyur, Nagapattinam. Puliyur is a village in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu, India. It is situated 7 km from Nagapattinam, District Headquarters and 3 km f ..

                                     

ⓘ Puliyur, Nagapattinam

Puliyur is a village in Nagapattinam district, Tamil Nadu, India. It is situated 7 km from Nagapattinam, District Headquarters and 3 km from Sikkal. The main deity is Lord Shiva called Vyagrapureeshwarar and the village in ancient days called as Vyagrapuri. There are quite a number of temples in this village such as 1. Sivagamasundari samedha Vyagrapureshwara temple 2. Lakshmi Narayana Perumal Temple 3. Varasiddhi vinayagar Temple 4. Ayyanar temple 5. Selvamuthu mariamman Temple

The village is known for the many Hindu religious activities and vyagrapuri Seva trust, located in Chennai district actively participates and organizes festivals.

Themangalam, Puliyūr, Adipallam, Sirangudi, United Sikkavalam functions as the village puliyūr call Themangalam Panchayat. Puliyūr is also called Sirangudi Puliyūr. Puliyūr has a total population of about 3.000 people.

The nearest airport is in Tiruchirapalli, which is 130 kilometers from Puliyūr and Chennai international airport is approx. 350 kilometers. The village is located about 1 km North of Tiruvarur highway Nagapattinam. The bus stop is RamarMadam. The nearest railway station is in Nagapattinam about 7 km

                                     
  • Puliyur may refer to: Puliyur Karur, a town in Karur district in Tamil Nadu, India Puliyur Nagapattinam a village in Nagapattinam district in Tamil
  • in places like Mahalingamalai in Vathiraayiruppu, Kollimalai, Madurai, Puliyur and Bhavani. One notable aspect of his works are the usage of common slang
  • Panchayats Aravakurichi Pallapatti Punjaipugalur TNPL Pugalur Kagithapuram Puliyur Uppidamangalam Palaya Jeyankonda Cholapuram Krishnarayapuram Marudur Nangavaram
  • include: Buddhist Sculptures from Stupa near Goli Village, Guntur District Nagapattinam and Other Buddhist Bronzes Tirupparuthikundram and its Temple Tempera
  • inaugural of the Church of South India in 1947. The diocese spreads over the Nagapattinam District, Tiruvarur District, Thanjavur District, Tiruchirappalli District